I'd build you a package, but unfortunately, i don't know the procedure to do so.
Could we add package building to the makefiles, or some instructions in the developer manual?
With some revised testing (and the correct udev files) I've found stability on early mode raspberry pi systems to be better than I previosuly thought.
I would now advise usage with libftdi1 on any linux-based system. LibD2XX may still be needed for stability on macos.
I have a concern to get the nightly ppa, as my setup is working nice,
so if I get the it, do I have to do again wizard steps? Or Can I save the "old setup" for keeping all same configurations?
You're getting truncated images- basically the driver can't download the whole framebuffer because there's a usb synchronization issue.
What system is indi-nightscape running on?
Also, please make sure you have the latest libftdi1 package installled.
Please make sure that on Linux you have the updated udev rules installed for a usb buffer size increase. You will get this kind of problem all the time unless you increase the buffer size correctly.
You can also try running indi-nightscape as root, but i can't recommend that.
Hi, i have read in the driver page that it can be used with the nightscape model #95555. This one is the camera that has the KAI-10100 sensor. Did someone manage to get this cammera working with the driver.